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Green Festival, Washington Convention Center. Sat. May 31,Sun. June 1

May 22, 2014 in Community Events

 

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May 31-June 1, 2014

http://greenfestivals.org/wdc

DC Green Festival®, 10th Year! Hosted by Messe-Stuttgart, in cooperation with Green America® and Global Exchange. We are celebrating what’s working in our communities – for people, business and the environment. Join us at the nation’s premier sustainability event in DC for 2 days filled with the best in green! Great for all ages!

• 125 renowned authors, leaders & educators

• 300 eco-friendly businesses in a unique marketplace.

• Stages, Green Kids Zone, Fair Trade, Green Building & Renovation, Renewable Energy, Home & Garden, Green Jobs & Careers, Eco Arts &  Crafts, Organic Food, Bodywork, Eco-Fashion Show, Green Pets, Community Action, Organic Clothing, Raw food, Non-GMO, Green Media, Yoga, Eco-Travel, Responsible Investing, Ford Pavilion, DIY, and More.

• Delicious, organic, non-GMO or local vegan/vegetarian cuisine

***On-Site ASL/English Interpreters will be provided at the ASL booth, near registration. First Come, First Serve. Need to see a speaker in a small stage presentation or CDI for Deaf-Blind & Close Vision, contact Deanna Tilden in advance at dtilden@greenamerica.org.

WHERE: Walter E. Washington Convention Center.

TIME: Saturday & Sunday from 10am-6pm.

ADMISSION: http://greenfestivals.org/wdc/admission.

WEBSITE: http://www.greenfestivals.org.

VOLUNTEER: http://www.greenfestivalvolunteers.org.    

It’s fun, educational activities. Come and learn resources to support our environment, people and the planet.

Metro Postpones Accessibility Excellence Awards Program

October 26, 2012 in Advocacy & Access, NVRC Announcements

In light of severe weather expected to impact the DC Metropolitan area on October 29thand 30th, Metro has elected to postpone the Accessibility Excellence Awards program, originally scheduled to take place on the evening of October 30th. We are currently working out the logistics for selecting a new date for the event, and once the date is selected you will be notified by invitation.

 We apologize for any inconvenience, but this decision has been made in the best interests of caution and safety for all event participants and attendees. We look forward to seeing you at the rescheduled event. If you have any questions, please emailaccess@wmata.com or call 202-962-1100.

Have a safe weekend!


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